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Heating, Ventilating & Air Conditioning (HVAC)

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    STULZ Klimatechnik GmbH  - 16.10.2018, 09:22

    Taking Chiller Technology to the Next Level

    STULZ has announced the availability of its innovative CyberCool WaterTec series of water cooled indoor chillers. Comprising five different models, with a cooling capacity ranging from 350-1400kW, CyberCool WaterTec is designed for use in a wide variety of applications including data centres, manufacturing and production locations, as well as commercial environments.

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    STULZ Klimatechnik GmbH  - 02.10.2018, 16:24

    STULZ and Cloud&Heat Launch Global Partnership

    STULZ, has announced a new strategic partnership with Cloud&Heat Technologies, a specialist in energy-efficient, scalable and reliable data centers. As part of this new technical and sales alliance, the hot water direct cooling system developed by Dresden-based Cloud&Heat is to be marketed in future as an equipment option for the STULZ MicroDC series.

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    Seeley International  - 28.09.2018, 12:32

    WISA's Wine Industry Impact Awards

    Seeley International is proud to announce that our Intelligent Climate Control (ICC) has been selected as a finalist in the Engineering category for the Wine Industry Impact Awards.

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    STULZ Klimatechnik GmbH  - 28.09.2018, 08:16

    STULZ to Launch Indoor Chiller at Chillventa Germany

    STULZ will be unveiling a new indoor chiller with low global warming potential (GWP) refrigerant at Chillventa 2018. One of the world’s leading trade events for heating, ventilating, air-conditioning and refrigeration (HVAC-R) and heat pump technology, Chillventa takes place between the 16th-18th October at Exhibition Centre Nuremberg, Germany.

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    Aircuity Inc  - 14.06.2018, 11:14

    NACUBO 2018

    Aircuity, Inc., will be showcasing its platform for optimizing ventilation in universities during the annual meeting of the National Association of College and University Business Officers (NACUBO) from 21-24 July at the Long Beach Convention and Entertainment Center (Long Beach, CA).

  • The HVAC installation at Fenwick's, Bracknell. (photo: Weatherite Group)
    The Weatherite Group  - 30.05.2018, 15:33

    Delivering Cooling Solutions for Fenwick’s New Bracknell Store

    When Weatherite were asked to tender for the design and manufacture of air handling units (AHU) at the new Fenwick store in Bracknell, Berkshire, they proved their efficiency in more ways than one.

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    Aircuity Inc  - 15.05.2018, 19:42

    Aircuity to Improve Airside Efficiency at Virginia Commonwealth University

    Aircuity announces it will begin installation of its intelligent building platform and perform upgrades to controls and exhaust systems, at laboratory research buildings on the Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) School of Medicine campus. Aircuity is acting as the single turnkey contractor for the works.

  • Breezair air conditioners installed in the tent city of Mina Valley in Saudi Arabia. (photo: Seeley International)
    Seeley International  - 19.04.2018, 12:47

    World's Largest Evaporative AC Order

    Seeley International has successfully completed the world’s largest order for evaporative air conditioners, resulting in around 50,000 Australian-made Breezair air conditioners being installed in the tent city of Mina Valley, Saudi Arabia.

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    STULZ Klimatechnik GmbH  - 27.02.2018, 11:42

    Climate-friendly CyberCool 2 'ze chillers'

    STULZ has expanded its product portfolio by introducing additional “ze chillers” to the CyberCool 2 series.

  • The Millennium Centre in St Helens. (photo: Sentinel Commercial/Richard Cumber)
    Sentinel Commercial  - 07.02.2018, 18:21

    Restoring Heat Output at St Helens' Millennium Centre

    Corrosion is the most common cause of major problems in heating systems; something that the three-storey Millennium Centre building in St Helens knows only too well.